Falz ’27’ Album Review: It Was A Surprise Album | Music 360 | PulseTV

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Published on November 13, 2017 by AfroTelly

Falz dropped ’27’ album as he turned 27 years old. It was a symbolic statement. Falz ’27’ album is simply a collection of his thoughts at this age. While “Stories That Touch” mixed his humour perfectly to great effect and “Chemistry” pushed him into a romantic dynamic, “27” album is all of that and more. Album Review: Album -27 Artist – Falz Record Label -BahdGuys Entertainment (2017) Duration – 58 minutes The interesting aspect of Falz’s artistry is its multi-faceted quality. Falz can sing, rap, write, deliver deep social commentary, goof through records, wave through the clubs on a banger, worm his way into your heart with emotion, make you laugh, make you cry, and more. Another reason why Falz ’27’ album is important is that it arrives at a time in Nigerian Hip-hop where the conversations have been about the best way for rappers to approach music for profitability. Falz, who is routinely disrespected by Hip-hop heads, leads the way with action and music. His formula works, the music contains rap, and most importantly, it sells. You could find Falz riding his joy on opener ‘Polished’, before turning in a formulaic banger on ‘La fete’. This his insistence to stay in the pop conversation is a key driver of his relevance, and ‘Jeje’, a fan-favourite is a chip off the ‘Pon Pon’ wavy block. The blustering ‘Bahd, Baddo, Baddest’ lurks at the end of this project, and Wande Coal pulls off a standard shift on the House syrup, ‘Way’. Falz, a prolific talker, has built a reputation as something of a comedian, and ‘Something light’, a narrow track, doubles as a locker-room skit on which the easy-listening Ycee fires: “My Gs don’t know why I provide the funds, LAWMA, ‘cos she got the junk in the trunk.” Pulse.ng is Nigeria’s online news platform. 24/7 news, gist, music, movies, lifestyle, events, sports and more.

Falz dropped ’27’ album as he turned 27 years old. It was a symbolic statement. Falz ’27’ album is simply a collection of his thoughts at this age. While “Stories That Touch” mixed his humour perfectly to great effect and “Chemistry” pushed him into a romantic dynamic, “27” album is all of that and more. Album Review: Album -27 Artist – Falz Record Label -BahdGuys Entertainment (2017) Duration – 58 minutes The interesting aspect of Falz’s artistry is its multi-faceted quality. Falz can sing, rap, write, deliver deep social commentary, goof through records, wave through the clubs on a banger, worm his way into your heart with emotion, make you laugh, make you cry, and more. Another reason why Falz ’27’ album is important is that it arrives at a time in Nigerian Hip-hop where the conversations have been about the best way for rappers to approach music for profitability. Falz, who is routinely disrespected by Hip-hop heads, leads the way with action and music. His formula works, the music contains rap, and most importantly, it sells. You could find Falz riding his joy on opener ‘Polished’, before turning in a formulaic banger on ‘La fete’. This his insistence to stay in the pop conversation is a key driver of his relevance, and ‘Jeje’, a fan-favourite is a chip off the ‘Pon Pon’ wavy block. The blustering ‘Bahd, Baddo, Baddest’ lurks at the end of this project, and Wande Coal pulls off a standard shift on the House syrup, ‘Way’. Falz, a prolific talker, has built a reputation as something of a comedian, and ‘Something light’, a narrow track, doubles as a locker-room skit on which the easy-listening Ycee fires: “My Gs don’t know why I provide the funds, LAWMA, ‘cos she got the junk in the trunk.” Pulse.ng is Nigeria’s online news platform. 24/7 news, gist, music, movies, lifestyle, events, sports and more.

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